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Today, the leading reporter Arnab Goswami is certainly one of the best-known faces in the journalistic world. Goswami's Newshour at 9 pm, former editor-in-chief of Times Now, experienced high-level debate on various topics of importance to the nation. After his last show on Times Now, Goswami tossed the Towel when he announces his new project "Republic".
Meanwhile, Rahul Shivshankar Goswami's big boot as editor-in-chief of the news station was filling. Previous Times Now and ET now chief editor Arnab Goswami. It' s hurting you somewhere," Goswami said to the newscaster. The Goswami is known for its everyday premiere show "The News Hour", which is reported to generate over 60 percent of Times Now sales.
Vice-president, to come to India with Times Group.
Vice Media Llc and The Times Group on Wednesday heralded an "expansive partnership" in which the company will introduce online, TV, mobile as well as consumer brands to India later this year. It comes at a point where Vice is developing its TV and DTS in more than 50 markets, among them the Middle-East, Africa and Southeast Asia.
It is Vice's latest step to take its youth-focused contents to many other areas and mix together news, cultural and life-style programs for young audiences locally and internationally via the Internet, TV and cell phones. It is an important alliance for Times Globe Partners, an Times Group alliance that helps create and expand aspiring worldwide businesses in India.
In recent years Times Global Partners has launched other branded companies such as Huffington Post, Business Insider and Gawker Medien in India. The HT Medias Ltd, which edits the Mint and Hindustan Times, is competing with the Times Group. As part of the agreement, Vice will open a new office and manufacturing facility in Mumbai and create unique contents to be broadcast across the regional TV, cellular, digital as well as broadcast via streaming TV, cellular and terrestrial platform, the firm said.
Viceland will also be launched as a pay TV station by Vice. It will be both locally and internationally and will come into force next year. "Vice will use all of the Times Group's asset base, as well as Times NOW (its main news channel), to develop the brand," said Satyan Gajwani, the Times Group's executive vice president.
The Vice will be advertising-financed for its Indian on-line operations, he said. Vice CEO and Founding Director Shane Smith said, "I couldn't be more upset to work with Times of India not only to make Vice contents accessible to the world's biggest thousand-year-old populations, but also to generate local contents from India's wealthy culture and deliver them to our network in the wider region.
Today, India is perhaps the most intriguing and vibrant nation in the globe, and this JV gives us unparalleled entry into this fast-growing mass medium market," he said in a declaration. The launch will see Vice competing with Quartz, Atlantic Media's favorite US on-line news agency, and several India news publishers such as Scroll, The Wire and The Quint.
As part of the Vice Partner in India, the company will open locally based manufacturing facilities, hire senior journalist and filmmaker, and broadcast customized news and life-style programs. With a worldwide renown for creating high value video for young audiences, Vice has established innovating channel partners with A+E Networks, HBO, YouTube, Snapchat, Sky, Live Nations, 20 Century Fox, Verizon, Canal+, Spotify and others to bring its programs to young audiences everywhere.